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Legal Notices 12-19

By Staff | Dec 19, 2020

AMENDED SUMMONS

CIVIL NUMBER: 35-2019-CV-00002

IN THE STATE OF NORTH

DAKOTA, COUNTY OF PIERCE

IN THE DISTRICT COURT,

NORTHEAST JUDICIAL DISTRICT

Wilmington Savings Fund Society

dba Christiana Trust, not individual-

ly, but solely as Trustee for NYMT

Loan Trust I,

Plaintiff,

v.

Carol Bjoraa a/k/a Carol K. Bjoraa

and Palmer Bjoraa and Heirs and

Devisees of the Estate of Palmer

Bjoraa and Capital One Bank (USA),

N.A. and Collection Center, Inc. and

Hospital Services Inc. and North

Dakota Telephone Company and

North Star Community Credit Union,

and any person in possession, and

all persons unknown, claiming any

estate or interest in, or lien or en-

cumbrance upon, the real estate

described in the complaint,

Defendants.

1. To the above mentioned Defen-

dants including all persons unk-

nown, claiming any estate or interest

in, or lien or encumbrance upon, the

real estate described in the com-

plaint.

2. You are hereby summoned to ap-

pear and defend against the Com-

plaint in this action, which has been

filed with the Clerk of Court and is

herewith served upon you, by serv-

ing upon the undersigned a copy of

an Answer or other proper response

within twenty-one (21) days after the

service of this Summons upon you,

exclusive of the day of service. If

you fail to do so, Judgment by de-

fault will be taken against you for the

relief demanded in the Complaint.

The original Complaint is filed with

the Clerk of the District Court in the

County in which this action is com-

menced.

3. This action relates to the foreclo-

sure of a mortgage upon the follow-

ing described real property in the

County of Pierce, State of North

Dakota:

Lot 15 and the East 15 Inches of the

North 50 feet of Lot 14, Block 1,

Sikes Second Addition to the City of

Rugby, Pierce County, North Dako-

ta.

Property Address: 411 2nd Street

Southeast, Rugby, ND 58368

4. The Plaintiff is not seeking a per-

sonal judgment against the

above-named Defendants.

Date: August 10, 2020

/s/ Benjamin J. Mann

Benjamin J. Mann

376 East 400 South, Suite 300

Salt Lake City, UT 84111

Tel: 801-355-2886

Fax: 801-328-9714

Email: benjamin@hwmlawfirm.com

Bar Number: 08371

HWM: ND10477

(December 12-19-26, 2020)

ATTENTION PIERCE COUNTY

SOYBEAN GROWERS

2021 NORTH DAKOTA SOYBEAN

COUNCIL (NDSC) ELECTION

NOMINEES SOUGHT FOR

PIERCE COUNTY

REPRESENTATIVE

On or about December 23, 2020, the

NDSC will mail a nomination form to

soybean producers of record in the

above-named county. To be con-

sidered, nomination forms must be

filed with the County Extension

Agent for the above-named county.

The County Extension Agent must

receive the completed nomination

form by January 11, 2021, or your

mailed-in form must be postmarked

no later than January 11, 2021. If

you do not receive a nomination

form in the mail, contact your County

Extension Agent or the NDSC to ob-

tain one. Look for the green en-

velope in the mail stamped time sen-

sitive.

After nominations are validated by

the County Extension Agent, names

of the nominees will be sent to the

NDSC to be placed on the 2021 bal-

lot. On or about January 28, 2021,

the NDSC will mail to soybean pro-

ducers of record an election ballot

with instructions for completing and

submitting it. Look for the blue en-

velope in the mail stamped time sen-

sitive. Completed ballots must be

post-marked by February 16, 2021.

The newly elected County

Representative will be notified by

February 26, 2021. In March, those

County Representatives will select

members to serve on the NDSC

board of directors.

For more information and answers

to questions, contact your County

Extension Agent.

(December 19, 2020)

North Dakota Department of Trust

Lands

Notice of Reversion and Owner-

ship of Railroad Right-of-Way

Notice is hereby given by the Board

of University and School Lands con-

cerning the reversion of abandoned

railroad right-of-way located in the

Lots 1,2,5,6,7 of Section7, Township

153 North, Range 74 West; NW1/4

of Section 16, Township 154 North,

Range 73 West; NW1/4 of Section

36, Township 154 North, Range 74

West Pierce County. The Canadian

Pacific Railway Company, a suc-

cessor to the Minneapolis, St. Paul

& Sault St. Marie Railway Company

has abandoned the railroad

right-of-way across this School Trust

Land and the right-of-way has re-

verted to the State. The abandoned

railroad right-of-way is not a public

roadway, is not maintained, and it

may be fenced in with adjacent

School Trust Land. School Trust

Lands are open only to

non-vehicular public access, unless

closed with signs furnished by the

State Land Department. If you have

any questions, please call the State

Land Department at 701-328-2800.

(December 19-26, 2020; January 2,

2021)

Notice of Sale

Please take notice that Rugby #1

Storage will accept silent bids from

9:00 am to 5:00 pm on the 6 day of

January, 2021 for the contents of

Rugby’s #1 Storage Units B51, B68,

& C83 leased by Larry Overby

(Deek Rivers) whose last known ad-

dress was Lakeville, MN. Successful

bidders with be notified within 5 day

after the sale ends. The sale will be

at Rugby Hardware Hank, 200 2nd

Street SW, Rugby, ND. The entire

contents of the above units/stall will

be sold as is, where is, with no

guarantees. Pre-inspection of the

above unit/stall will not be allowed.

High bidder to tender CASH at com-

pletion of sale, and must completely

remove all contents of the unit/stall

within one (1) business day of ac-

ceptance of bid.

(December 12-19, 2020)

NOTICE

Rugby Public School District #5,

Board of Education, held a regular

board meeting Tuesday, November

10, 2020 at 7:00 AM in the Library at

Rugby High School.

Board members present were Dustin

Hager, Kris Blessum, Carlie John-

son, Shane Livedalen, and Brenda

Heilman was present via Zoom.

Also present were Mike McNeff,

Jared Blikre, Jason Gullickson, and

Dawn Hauck. In addition, the follow-

ing were in attendance: Scott Gro-

chow, Leah Johnson, and Kari Hill.

Chairman Hager called the meeting

to order at 7:00 AM.

Motion by Johnson to approve the

agenda. Second by Blessum. All

voting yes, motion carried.

Scott Grochow gave a presentation

on the athletics programs. Yester-

day, Pierce County was changed to

the orange risk level. This means

tickets are very limited for atten-

dance at events. For tonight’s region

volleyball game, each participant will

receive 2 tickets. Typically, the

event would be live streamed for

free, but for regionals, people will

have to pay a subscription fee to

stream the event. All other events

can be live streamed for free. Wres-

tling will have no large tournaments,

but will hold duals, triangulars, and

possibly small tournaments. Con-

cessions at events will be limited.

For Fine Arts, guidance is still pend-

ing on how to deal with copyright

laws. There is hope that a band

concert will be held in the gym that

would be recorded and sent out to

parents and families for them to

view.

Mr. Gullickson gave the elementary

report. Included in the report were

the following items: Parent/Teacher

Conferences were held over Zoom

and telephone. Teachers were able

to connect with about 93% of

parents. The end of the first trimes-

ter will be November 13th. The 5th

and 6th grade boy’s basketball sea-

son is underway. The annual Food

Drive is being held at Ely. Enroll-

ment is around 315 students. The

week of Halloween, there were

about 14.7 students absent/day with

about half being related to COVID.

The week after Halloween, there

were about 42 students absent/day

with about 31 being related to CO-

VID. This week there are about 32

students absent. The staff is holding

strong with a few absent, but so far

there are enough subs to cover.

Mr. Blikre gave the high school re-

port. Included in the report were the

following items: Phone calls were

made to parents of students that

were struggling in class, but the face

to face contact with parents during

parent/teacher conferences was

missed. October 30th was the end

of the first quarter. FBLA is in

charge of the Food Drive this year.

The fall extra-curricular activities are

wrapping up. Winter activities will

soon be underway. The

cross-country girls team was the

state champions for the second year

in a row. Volleyball won their 7th

straight district championship title.

As of yesterday there were 80 stu-

dents quarantined. Today there are

100 students quarantined. Most stu-

dents are close contacts and do not

actually have the virus. There are

two staff COVID related absences at

this time.

Dr. McNeff gave the District report.

Included in the report were the fol-

lowing items: The majority of time is

spent on investigating and determin-

ing close contacts in the school. As

of yesterday there were five students

that were positive with the COVID

virus. Samantha Wentz, the county

health nurse, notifies Dr. McNeff of

the positives related to the school.

McNeff then has to do contact trac-

ing to see if students need to

quarantine. As of Thursday last

week, students in grades 3-12 must

wear masks at all times in the build-

ings. Many hours are spent watch-

ing video and counting minutes

when students are together without

masks. Compared to other districts,

our quarantined numbers seem

high.

Mrs. Hauck reviewed the financial

report. Each fund was reviewed.

The General fund is roughly $50,000

below this same point last year.

There have been many purchases of

personal protection equipment to

help with distancing and sanitizing

due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Sinking Fund currently contains

roughly $5 million of the $6 million

balloon payment that is needed in

May 2025. Another $400,000

transfer will be made in May 2021 to

the fixed investments that are set

aside for the balloon payment.

Leah Johnson gave a presentation

on the results of the Youth Risk

Behavior Survey that was taken by

about 30 students in the spring of

2019. The results were compared to

a survey taken in 2017. A new sur-

vey will be done in the spring of

2021. There were areas that were

favorable and there were areas that

were concerning. The mental health

of the students is an area that needs

to be addressed.

Items in the consent agenda were

considered. Motion by Livedalen to

approve the Consent Agenda.

Second by Blessum. Included in the

consent agenda were the October

13, 2020 Board Meeting Minutes,

the October Board Bills, the October

Board bills detail, and the October

Financial Reports. All voting yes,

motion carried.

The second reading of policy BDA:

Procedure for Adopting Board Policy

was presented. The policy contains

procedures for adopting policy and

necessary safeguards during the

policy adoption process. Motion by

Blessum to approve the second

reading of the policy as written, and

that it becomes an official policy of

the district. Second by Johnson. All

voting yes, motion carried.

The following policies were recom-

mended by NDSBA for adoption.

Some policies are required and

some are recommended. The

extra-curricular policy was removed

as more discussion is needed. BR

designates a Board Regulation

which is different from policy.

AAC-BR2 Title IX Sexual Harass-

ment Grievance Policy, AACA 504

Dispute, ABBE Religious Displays,

ABCC Wellness, ABDA Accessibili-

ty, ACBB Significant Contagious

Disease, BDD Board Compensation,

DBBA Drug Testing for Employees,

DEAA Drug-Free Workplace, FDD

Pregnant Students, FDH-BR1 Fost-

er Care Transportation, FDH-BR2

Foster Care Dispute Resolution,

FDH Foster Care, FFK-BR1

Suspension and Expulsion Regula-

tion, FGA-BR Records Privacy Re-

gulation, FGA Record Privacy,

FGDD Student Publications,

GABDB Title I Disputes, HBAA Fis-

cal Compliance, IB-BR Lunch

Charging, IB-BR2 Lunch Benefit, IB

Food Services, IDC Breaches, and

KAB-2 District School Parent Family

Engagement. Motion by Johnson to

approve the second reading of the

listed policies as written, and that

they become official policies of the

district. Second by Blessum. All

voting yes, motion carried.

Dr. McNeff gave an update to the

Health and Safety Plan for masks

and face coverings. Yesterday, the

governor moved the entire state to

the orange risk level. Even though

the plan says to go to online learn-

ing, the administration feels it’s im-

portant to continue in-person learn-

ing. The recommendation is to con-

tinue operating in our current four

day in-person and one day virtual

learning model. Masks are now be-

ing required all the time in and out of

classrooms for grades 3-12. K-2

should wear them as much as possi-

ble. This should reduce the number

of quarantines due to close contact.

Motion by Johnson to approve the

recommendations and mask require-

ment. Second by Livedalen. All vot-

ing yes, motion carried.

The fall Superintendent evaluation

was conducted for Dr. McNeff. The

formative assessment results were

approval with a satisfactory recom-

mendation. The results were also

discussed with Chairman Hager and

Dr. McNeff. The board feels McNeff

is doing a good job, especially in the

times we are in. Motion by Blessum

to approve the evaluation. Second

by Livedalen. All voting yes, motion

carried.

Administration feels that shutting

down the school would not help the

community. It is difficult in these

times for the teachers to prepare for

both in-class learning as well as on-

line learning for students who are on

quarantine, but they are doing it.

Chairman Hager noted that shutting

down the schools would only pro-

long the length of the surge in the

pandemic.

The NDSBA School Board Confer-

ence was held online October

26-30th at 1pm each day. Topics

covered include: Student and Em-

ployee Free Speech, Extra-curricular

Contracts, Title IX, Special Educa-

tion Law, and Open Meeting and

Public Records.

The City of Rugby implemented a

mask mandate last week.

The ACT has been a replacement

test for the accountability option for

Juniors. This is being looked into as

there is uncertainty of tests at this

point.

The next regular board meeting is

scheduled for December 8, 2020.

The meeting was adjourned at 8:30

AM.

Bills presented/paid:Checking Ac-

count ID: 1 Automatic Payment

Check Number Check Date Void

Entity Name Amount 935

10/03/2020 KANSAS CITY LIFE IN-

SURANCE CO 1,087.68 936

10/29/2020 OTTERTAIL POWER

COMPANY 9,114.74 937

10/10/2020 HORACE MANN LIFE

INSURANCE COMPANY 33.75 938

10/10/2020 CITY OF RUGBY

1,789.11 941 10/16/2020 JP MOR-

GAN – PCARD 79,350.95

Checking Account ID: 1 Check

Check Number Check Date Void

Entity Name Amount 1034632

10/02/2020 FBLA FISCAL AGENT

15.00 1034633 10/05/2020 D & S

MOTORS, INC. 24,125.50 1034634

10/15/2020 JEFF BERDAHL

1,000.00 1034635 10/15/2020

BLOW’S SEW-N-VAC 8,399.00

1034636 10/15/2020 CITY OF RUG-

BY 40.16 1034637 10/15/2020

COLE PAPERS INC 1,433.34

1034638 10/15/2020 DAKOTA

BOYS AND GIRLS RANCH

4,400.00 1034639 10/15/2020

ECOLAB PEST ELIMINATION

232.65 1034640 10/15/2020 ENVI-

SION 194.90 1034641 10/15/2020

GAFFANEY’S OF MINOT 11,656.80

1034642 10/15/2020 H E EVER-

SON 662.44 1034643 10/15/2020

HAPPYNUMBERS.COM 29.00

1034644 10/15/2020 HARTLEY’S

SCHOOL BUSES, INC. 68,612.89

1034645 10/15/2020 JOHNSON’S

PLUMBING SERVICE INC 1,584.03

1034646 10/15/2020 LEEVERS

FOODS 428.74 1034647

10/15/2020 LEEVERS FOODS

78.74 1034648 10/15/2020 ME-

NARDS 278.10 1034649 10/15/2020

NASCO 307.20 1034650

10/15/2020 NDHSAA 50.00

1034651 10/15/2020 NORTH CEN-

TRAL EDUCATION COOPERA-

TIVE 15,266.38 1034652

10/15/2020 NORTH DAKOTA

TELEPHONE COMPANY 214.33

1034653 10/15/2020 PIERCE

COUNTY TRIBUNE 297.48

1034654 10/15/2020 POPPLERS

MUSIC INC 331.75 1034655

10/15/2020 PRAIRIE WINDS BAND

INSTRUMENT REPAIR 3,002.20

1034656 10/15/2020 RED RIVER

FREIGHT 500.00 1034657

10/15/2020 ROBERTA ROSEN-

KRANZ 1,175.00 1034658

10/15/2020 ROUGHRIDER INDUS-

TRIES 315.52 1034659 10/15/2020

RUGBY ELECTRIC 532.76

1034660 10/15/2020 RUGBY

HARDWARE HANK 502.37

1034661 10/15/2020 RUGBY IN-

SURANCE AGENCY 73.00

1034662 10/15/2020 RUGBY

LUMBER INC 3,190.98 1034663

10/15/2020 SAVVAS LEARNING

COMPANY LLC 27,599.59 1034664

10/15/2020 SCHOCK’S SAFE &

LOCK SERVICE INC 572.85

1034665 10/15/2020 SCHOLASTIC

INC. 197.78 1034666 10/15/2020

SCHOLASTIC MAGAZINES 305.36

1034667 10/15/2020 SCHOOL

SPECIALTY/CLASSROOM

DIRECT 3,772.86 1034668

10/15/2020 SOURIS BASIN TRAN-

SPORTATION 16.00 1034669

10/15/2020 STEIN’S INC 891.85

1034670 10/15/2020 THE VILLAGE

FAMILY SERVICE CENTER

1,500.00 1034671 10/15/2020

WEST MUSIC 919.00 1034682

10/30/2020 ACCENT WORKPLACE

ENVIRONMENTS 2,493.00

1034683 10/30/2020 B & M LAUN-

DRY SERVICE 67.55 1034684

10/30/2020 JEFF BERDAHL 100.00

1034685 10/30/2020 BRAD’S TOW-

ING AND AUTO REPAIR LLC 91.00

1034686 10/30/2020 CIRCLE SANI-

TATION INC 928.00 1034687

10/30/2020 COLE PAPERS INC

2,145.24 1034688 10/30/2020 CON-

NECTING POINT COMPUTER

CENTER 103.20 1034689

10/30/2020 DECKER EQUIPMENT

730.64 1034690 10/30/2020 ENVI-

SION 2,754.09 1034691 10/30/2020

HEARTLAND PAPER COMPANY

524.59 1034692 10/30/2020 THE

LINCOLN ELECTRIC COMPANY

110.00 1034693 10/30/2020 ME-

NARDS 176.02 1034694 10/30/2020

PEACE GARDEN SPECIAL EDU-

CATION UNIT 21,878.11 1034695

10/30/2020 PEARCE DURICK

PLLC 1,650.00 1034696 10/30/2020

REALITYWORKS INC 2,574.24

1034697 10/30/2020 RINGERUD

PIANO SERVICE 635.00 1034698

10/30/2020 ROCKIN’ RELICS 92.50

1034699 10/30/2020 X RUGBY

LUMBER INC 11,113.69 1034700

10/30/2020 RUGBY PUBLIC

SCHOOL DISTRICT 5 70.00

1034701 10/30/2020 SAVVAS

LEARNING COMPANY LLC

1,700.00 1034702 10/30/2020

SCHOLASTIC BOOK CLUB 89.25

1034703 10/30/2020 SCHOOL

SPECIALTY/CLASSROOM

DIRECT 82.03 1034704 10/30/2020

STEIN’S INC 834.06 1034705

10/30/2020 STUDIES WEEKLY

92.84 1034706 10/30/2020 TEACH-

ERS FUND FOR RETIREMENT

1,113.74 1034707 10/30/2020 RUG-

BY LUMBER INC 1,113.69

Checking Account ID: 1 Direct

Deposit Check Number Check Date

Void Entity Name Amount 17956

10/06/2020 BREANNE WELK

2,694.30 17957 10/16/2020 KAREN

BLACK 96.22 17958 10/16/2020

BRITTANY LOVCIK 423.67 17959

10/16/2020 SHANNON MILLER

99.00 17960 10/16/2020 SHAUNA

WURGLER 2,599.81 18081

10/30/2020 CASSIE DUCHSCHER

2,694.30 18082 10/30/2020 DE-

BORAH GOVEN 47.00 18083

10/30/2020 BRITTANY LOVCIK

102.69 18084 10/30/2020 GAIL

MONSON-RHAM 76.51 GENERAL

FUND TOTAL: 327,064.07

Checking Account ID: 3 Check

Check Number Check Date Void

Entity Name Amount 1365

10/15/2020 SATELLITE SHEL-

TERS, INC – MPLS/MANDAN

2,585.00 1366 10/15/2020 ST

MICHEL FURNITURE & FLOOR

292.79 1367 10/30/2020 MOUSE

RIVER AIR 1,800.00 1368

10/30/2020 SATELLITE SHEL-

TERS, INC – MPLS/MANDAN

2,585.00 BUILDING FUND TOTAL:

7,262.79

Checking Account ID: 5 Automatic

Payment Check Number Check

Date Void Entity Name Amount 230

10/10/2020 FOOD SERVICES OF

AMERICA/MINOT 17,817.38 231

10/07/2020 REVTRACK 30.54

Checking Account ID: 5 Check

Number Check Date Void Entity

Name Amount 12050 10/15/2020

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC IN-

STRUCTION 135.96 12051

10/15/2020 MATTHEW & CARISA

HOVELAND 175.35 12052

10/15/2020 LEEVERS FOODS

250.10 12053 10/15/2020 LEEVERS

FOODS 868.18 12054 10/15/2020

RUGBY PUBLIC SCHOOL DIS-

TRICT 5 2,116.91 12055 10/15/2020

STEIN’S INC 140.40 12056

10/15/2020 SUNRISE DELIVERY,

INC 1,534.25 12057 10/15/2020

TANYA WELSTAD 1,067.00 12066

10/30/2020 CHRIS & CARI CHRIS-

TIANSON 88.00 12067 10/30/2020

MATTHEW & CARISA HOVELAND

60.80 12068 10/30/2020 SUNRISE

DELIVERY, INC 2,307.38 12069

10/30/2020 RUGBY PUBLIC

SCHOOL DISTRICT 5 2,182.62

FOOD SERVICE TOTAL: 28,774.87

Checking Account ID: 6 Automatic

Payment Check Number Check

Date Void Entity Name Amount

38123 10/30/2020 DOLLYWOOD

FOUNDATION 206.00

Checking Account ID: 6 Check

Check Number Check Date Void

Entity Name Amount 41514

10/01/2020 KERRY GROCHOW

110.00 41515 10/01/2020 HEIDI

BACKSTROM 110.00 41523

10/01/2020 KASEY OKKE 132.00

41524 10/01/2020 KELLY WETZEL

525.00 41525 10/01/2020 LANG-

DON PUBLIC SCHOOL DISTRICT

40.00 41526 10/02/2020 FBLA FIS-

CAL AGENT 60.00 41527

10/05/2020 SHERI GEISZLER

50.00 41528 10/05/2020 KRISTI

TONNESSEN 50.00 41529

10/15/2020 SHERI GEISZLER

50.00 41530 10/15/2020 KRISTI

TONNESSEN 50.00 41531

10/15/2020 LUKE HALLENBECK

525.00 41532 10/16/2020 KERRY

GROCHOW 140.00 41533

10/16/2020 JENNIFER RAMSEY

140.00 41534 10/15/2020 BSN

SPORTS INC 5,461.10 41535

10/15/2020 X COCA-COLA BOT-

TLING COMPANY 947.00 41536

10/15/2020 GRIGGS COUNTY

SCHOOL DISTRICT 150.00 41537

10/15/2020 KATIE HOLZHEIMER

50.00 41538 10/15/2020 I DESIGN

INC 944.32 41539 10/15/2020

JEREMY JOHNSTON 250.00 41540

10/15/2020 PEPSI 1,465.80 41541

10/15/2020 RUGBY PUBLIC

SCHOOL DISTRICT 5 4,832.48

41542 10/15/2020 RUGBY WELD-

ING & MACHINE 461.57 41543

10/15/2020 TESHA SOBOLIK

100.00 41544 10/15/2020 UNIVER-

SAL ATHLETIC SERVICE 854.00

41545 10/15/2020 WARREN WALK-

ER 100.00 41546 10/19/2020

COCA-COLA BOTTLING COM-

PANY 647.00 41547 10/20/2020

RUGBY PUBLIC SCHOOL DIS-

TRICT 5 160.00 41548 10/20/2020

WILLIAM JANSEN 36.00 41549

10/20/2020 JENNIFER BARTSCH

36.00 41550 10/20/2020 COACHES

CHOICE 685.00 41551 10/27/2020

KERRY GROCHOW 140.00 41552

10/27/2020 JENNIFER RAMSEY

140.00 41553 10/30/2020 A-1

EVANS SEPTIC SERVICES

1,880.00 41554 10/30/2020 BSN

SPORTS INC 3,265.31 41555

10/30/2020 KARLA DEPLAZES

20.00 41556 10/30/2020 X ENVI-

SION 100.00 41557 10/30/2020

SHERI GEISZLER 60.00 41558

10/30/2020 I DESIGN INC 124.94

41559 10/30/2020 ERIC KUNTZ

40.00 41560 10/30/2020 PLAYON

SPORTS 3,000.00 41561

10/30/2020 QUALITY MEATS AND

SEAFOOD 1,122.06 41562

10/30/2020 RUGBY GOLF CLUB

500.00 41563 10/30/2020 KRISTI

TONNESSEN 160.00 41564

10/30/2020 UNIVERSAL ATHLETIC

SERVICE 720.00 41565 10/30/2020

BREANNE WELK 20.00 41566

10/30/2020 RUGBY PUBLIC

SCHOOL DISTRICT 5 5,873.63

41569 10/30/2020 OLIVIA ERPELD-

ING 100.00 ACTIVITY FUND TO-

TAL: 35,587.21 TOTAL ALL

FUNDS:398,688.94

Dustin Hager, Chairman

Dawn Hauck, Business Manager

(December 19, 2020)

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